About Me

I am a second-year PhD student at UCSD, advised by Kamalika Chaudhuri. My research is on extending the frontiers of differential privacy by making it more efficient and easier to implement. I am broadly interested in the machine learning subfields of fairness and privacy, formal logic, and topics in discrete mathematics and statistics.

Outside of work, I try to maintain a healthy spirit and body. I do this by being playing sports, cooking food for myself, meditating and practicing yoga, reading books, and spending time outside.